Monday, 22 January 2018

"Ghana President "goes undercover driving around the streets of Accra

 A post on twitter shows the "Ghana President "goes undercover driving around the streets of Accra. He is stopped by Ghana Police who did not recognize him & they demanded a bribe.

The "president" was mad and decided to warn the police, telling them the that the country would not prosper if they keep doing the same.

 people on twitter have responded saying that that is not the voice of their president.

What do you think  comment below.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Police Go Against court order not to interfere with NASA demonstrations.

Kenya police go against the court order not to interfere with NASA peaceful demonstration across the country.
pictures and videos posted on social media shows clearly that the demostrations were peaceful until the police turned up. throwing tear gas to the demonstrates.

Nasa Leader Orengo Kicking off the PEACEFUL demos,

Then the police turned up,

Amos Kingi  complaining about police interference with the  Police Interfering with the Demos in his  Ward.

Kingi Confronting the police

Compiled video on YouTube.

Sunday, 5 March 2017

Filling Nill return

Kenyan citizens who are 18 years old  and above have to file their tax every year.
There has been a warning going around the web telling people to file their tax else they will be fined a particular fee.
Well I did not believe this , don't blame me am a student -still learning ,but any way so I finally decided to file my tax for the year 2015.

I tried to enter the data for the financial year 2015 it failed and I was told had to file tax for the year 2014 first that was last year by the way.

Now at first I had a problem file the tax but after reading their documentation i got an idea on how to fill the form since I was not earning any thing .

After I was done  there was a receipt sent to my mail  and a threatening message from KRA giving me a 30 days notice to pay the fine  or  "failure to which attracts collection
enforcement measures." I did not really know what this statement really meant  so what I pictured in mind was me surrounded with several police men and women with guns pointing at me - So I decided that I will pay them their money .

Please Log in  to  and file your tax to avoid ;
 Follow the following  instructions if you want to  fill a null return

Home Page

1.     Login into system with PIN.
2.     Click on File Nil Return under Returns tab link from menu for opening Nil Return filing form.

Obligation Selection Page

1.     For Taxpayer login Select Type field will be disable with default value Self and for the Agent or IA login value will be enable. Select value from list. Select Self for filing self return and select Client for filing the client return.
2.     For Taxpayer login Taxpayer PIN field will be read Only with default Taxpayer PIN value. For Agent or IA login if the value for Select Type will Self then field will read only with the logged in Taxpayer PIN value while in case of Client filed will be enterable. Enter the correct PIN of client for whom agent want to file return.
3.     Select Tax Obligation value from dropdown. Dropdown will show the list of registered obligation for the PIN entered in to the Taxpayer PIN value.
4.     Click on Next button to navigate to next page.
5.     Click on Back button to navigate to Home Page.


Nil Return Filing Form

1.     Fill basic Return information as required in the form.
2.     Click on Submit button to submit return the data.

Summary Page

1.     System will check for the business validation. If any validation fails then system will shows the Error Description.
2.     Click on Back button to navigate to return filing page.

Download Acknowledgement Receipt

1.     Click on Download Returns Receipt to download generated acknowledgement receipt.
2.     Click on Back button to navigate to return obligation selection page.


And that how to do it if you have problems comment below.

Monday, 18 April 2016


Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems.

here are the three types of bullying:
  • Verbal bullying ,Verbal bullying includes:
    • Teasing
    • Name-calling
    • Inappropriate sexual comments
    • Taunting
    • Threatening to cause harm
  • Social bullying, sometimes referred to as relational bullying, involves hurting someone’s reputation or relationships. Social bullying includes:
    • Leaving someone out on purpose
    • Telling other children not to be friends with someone
    • Spreading rumors about someone
    • Embarrassing someone in public
  • Physical bullying involves hurting a person’s body or possessions. Physical bullying includes:
    • Hitting/kicking/pinching
    • Spitting
    • Tripping/pushing
    • Taking or breaking someone’s things
    • Making mean or rude hand gestures
 bullying is nowadays is experienced everywhere, from government institutions, schools, or even the church.

below is a link of a bullying video, escalating the facts about bullying:

having any additional thing or issue on this post feel free to add your opinion because it counts for the change.
stay tuned for this elaborate topic.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

UoN Suspends Students.

Earlier today the university of Nairobi released a list containing  the suspended students ; Most of these students happen to be from the ;Main Campus , ADD , American wing and Chiromo,  where most of the rioting happened (On 2nd April  and 4th April 2016).

Image result for Mike Jacobs uon
Sonu Office set on fire by comrades

From UoN Official Website

"The University of Nairobi has initiated disciplinary process against the following students for participating in student unrest and destruction of public property.
They are therefore required to collect their suspension letters from the Registrar, Students’ Affairs, latest by Friday, April 15, 2016. The details and particulars of the students involved can also be accessed from the University website and respective student’s email addresses."
1 MIKE JACOBS REG. NO.  C01/0820/2012
2 HAROLD MUGOZI REG. NO. X74/3810/2012
3 ROBERT CHORE REG. NO. F21/2240/2014
6 ANYANGA PAUL OGONO REG. NO. C01/23965/2009
7 TEREZA WANJA REG. NO. H31/2496/2015
8 DENNIS MWANIKI REG. NO. J36/5495/2014
11 VICTOR OLUOCH ODUOR REG. NO.  I64/4994/2015
12 MULINGE MUSAU REG.NO.  I20/1860/2015
13 NICHOLAS OUMA OKOLA REG. NO.  I20/2045/2015
14 GEORGE MARK NDAMBUKA REG. NO.  B02/31426/2014
15 KARAMA MOHAMMED REG. NO.  D33/32557/2014
16 KANYANGO RICHARD REG. NO.  U29/2542/2016
17 JOHN KIARIE MUIRURI REG. NO.  B02/31540/2014
18 PEACE HAZEL REG. NO.  V28/2535/2016
19 ABDUL WAHAB YUNIS REG. NO.  B02/35744/2015
20 JOEL MBURU KURIA REG. NO.  C01/33133/2014
21 RAYMOND IMBAI REG. NO.  H31/2560/2015
23 DOROTHY WASIKE REG. NO.  H31/2512/2015
24 MUHINDI KELVIN JUMA REG. NO.  G34/3007/2012
25 BRYAN SAKAI OCHIENG REG. NO.  G34/3047/2013
26 BOB JOHN OYIER REG. NO.  G34/3405/2014
27 PRAVIN KORIR KIMTAI REG. NO.  G34/3025/2013
28 DENNIS MUSUMBA ODUOR  REG. NO.  G34/3076/2013
30 COLLINS KOTUT KIPTOO REG. NO.  C01/36244/2013
31 JUDITH CHEPNG’ENO REG. NO.  U29/2224/2012
35 ATONDA M. DAVIES REG. NO.  E35/3196/2015
36 ABUYA O. NATHAN REG. NO.  E35/3367/2015
37 NYAANGA EUGENE REG. NO.  E35/3383/2015
38 WANYONYI ERICK REG. NO.  E35/3511/2015
39 TONGA GRAMMAH REG. NO.  E35/3567/2014
40 VICTOR CHILONGO REG. NO.  E35/3435/2014
41 NYAO MWANIA REG. NO.  E35/3526/2015
42 OTIENO ALEX OKOTH REG. NO.  E35/3534/2014
43 INYUNDO E. BONIFACE REG. NO.  E35/3586/2014
44 MUTUNGA SIMON REG. NO.  E35/3748/2014
45 ODHIAMBO BRIAN REG. NO.  E35/3797/2016
46 OKINYI ONDIERI REG. NO.  E35/3841/2016
47 ONYANGORE DOUGLAS REG. NO.  E35/3745/2016
48 NYABUKU GEOFFREY REG. NO.  E35/3847/2016
49 NAKITARE OUMA REG. NO.  E35/3539/2016
50 ODERO CHRISTOPHER REG. NO.  E35/3856/2016
51 WANJALA SIMIYU REG. NO.  E35/3546/2016
52 ALFRED PKEMOI REG. NO.  E35/3549/2016
53 JEREMIAH ODIDA REG. NO.  E35/3349/2012
54 NGOKU NATHAN REG. NO.  E35/3074/2012
55 DOUGLAS O. OGETO REG. NO.  E35/3409/2015
56 OKIRO H. OMONDI REG. NO.  E35/3466/2015
57 PAUL SAMUEL REG. NO.  E35/3486/2014
58 ONYANGO A. OMONDI REG. NO.  E35/3179/2015
59 WANJALA E. BARASA REG. NO.  E35/3131/2012
60 MUSYOKI D. MUYA REG. NO.  E35/2640/2012
61 OYUGI RODGERS REG. NO.  E35/3070/2012
62 MUSYOKA S. MULWA REG. NO.  E35/3371/2012

Sunday, 18 October 2015


Just fresh from NEW COMRADES FORUM on  facebook

Barely weeks after a UoN student, Eng. George Ouma innovated mobile auto charging system device; another UoN third year electrical student, Juma Phelix Omondi(photo below), developed a networking site called VoSpine.
How it works.
On signing up on VoSpine, a user is required to join channels of his/her interest to start experiencing it. Whether interested in business, fashion, health, technology or name them, you can all find them in this platform.
There are two main categories of channels:
• General Channels and,
• Scholar Channels.
Scholar channels majorly includes students and other scholars in particular fields. Within these channels, the scholars have a good environment where they can share their experiences with fellow scholars across the world.
While General Channels are open to everyone, irrespective of their professional or educational fields.
All information sharing is done within channels and so without joining channels there is no interactions for you. Remember the Information within channels is public and visible to all VoSpine users, however, non-members can only read while members can read as well as add posts and comments. Also users are allowed to join as many channels as possible.
Currently there are 1,500 users, majority being students from the
University of Nairobi.
The Equity Bank CEO Dr. James Mwangi, The most influential student leader Babu Owino and yours truly(Read Philip Nyamai) are amongst the prominent personalities who have joined this networking site. You too can join VoSpine today through on all browsers except opera mini.
It is indeed humbling to be at The University of Nairobi, the institution of innovators.
Congratulations my nephew Omondi Phelix Juma. Success!
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Senior Counsel Jeams Amimoh Alafu NTV news bado ni the cause of the fire is unknown.. lets unite against Nation media and negative media against UoN.
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George Eng Ouma Engineering students are overworking. Congratulations Phelix am signing in now!!!
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